For months I had been planning an expedition to cross the Rub'Al'Khali (the Empty Quarter) only to find however that at every turn I was getting knocked back for visas for my team and I to enter the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. For months we tried official and unofficial channels with a very blatant and resounding denial of our requests to have a badenture.
Moving forward, the team has found another desert that is even more deadly, more dry, more vast, less explored and most of all, more scary than the one before. Enter the Desert. Read more about it here!
Always on the lookout for a way to do something better, I recently put my thinking hat on and came up with a much better alternative to the traditional skydive jumpsuit. Enter the Xtremeracing GoKart suit. Same materials, same construction, sexier looks and half the price! Fisch has been super busy product testing these lately and they're definitely holding up to the challenge!
Check them out here!!
After a totlal of 43 days at sea Juliana Bahr-Thomson and Fisch arrive on main beach of Noosa. Jules had just completed an epic 1000km paddle from Newcastle to Noose on nothing more than a surf rescue board with Fisch by her side as her on water support crew.
Our adventure was nothing short of amazing. Together we stayed on remote islands in the middle of the ocean, were chased by Great White sharks and had seriously up close and personal encounters with some really inquisitive Humpback Whales.
At current, Jules has managed to raise nearly $30,000 for the White Ribbon Foundation (domestic violence) and the Surfrider Foundation. It's been an awe inspiring journey to meet and adventure with this special individual. Find out more about the epic-ness here!